Media Roots Radio- Cindy Sheehan Interview by Media Roots
MEDIA ROOTS – This is a special 40 minute Media Roots Radio interview conducted by Abby Martin with Cindy Sheehan, mother who has made the ultimate sacrifice and fearless anti-war activist. She relays her powerfully lucid point of view in a candid interview at her home on .
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To learn more about Cindy Sheehan, visit her website at http://www.cindysheehanssoapbox.com/
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Great interview, important questions. Cindy Sheehan is an amazing person, her agenda being true anti-war activism, without any political or partisan spin. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to her take on Bush, Obama and the Egyptian revolution; in a world of partisan hacks, she is a breath of fresh air.